* Some of the volunteers involved in distributing the gift packs.
Those living in Llangollen's care homes and sheltered or supported accommodation each received a special pack containing a cake, an apple, a note and a commemorative keepsake.
The distribution was made possible thanks to funding from Llangollen Town Council, Llangollen Coronavirus Help Group, Llangollen Foodshare, and a generous contribution from an anonymous donor who was a baby when the war ended in Europe on May 8, 1945.
* Packs made up ready to go out.
The gift packs went out to coincide with the Town Council’s live streaming of its virtual Stay at Home VE Day Party yeterday (Friday) afternoon.
* A souvenir included in the packs.
Steve Kennedy of the Swan Inn at Pontfadog, who has done much to help the town’s coronavirus support group, used his culinary skills and his kitchen to produce homemade cakes for the gift packs.
Dee Valley Produce has given 300 apples to go in the packs and Gecko T-shirts produced the bespoke VE Day anniversary keepsakes.
Cat Meade, co-ordinator of the coronavirus support group, assisted with the demographics and contents and its volunteers distributed the packs this Thursday and Friday.
Food Share's Kalamity Wild posted on Facebook yesterday afternoon: "I cannot thank you all enough! 300 VE Day gift bags made and distributed to many of Llangollen's elders, an idea we had only a week ago... you wonderful lot! 🥰